Mojitos and Tapas in Warrenton, Virginia

Mojitos and Tappas Bar, Warrenton, Virginia

Hi everyone, how was your weekend? My weekend was super busy–I did tons of laundry and housework, some much-needed decluttering, rearranged my family room furniture, installed several ceiling fans, and snuck in some yard work just before the torrential rain started–it poured. After all that work I didn’t feel like cooking, so my mother, daughter, and I treated ourselves to dinner at the Mojitos and Tapas restaurant in Warrenton, Virginia. This is a photo of the bar area, isn’t it charming?

Coconut mojito

My mother and I ordered coconut mojitos which featured coconut rum and sparkling soda over muddled mint leaves and lime juice and included bits of fresh coconut. It was so refreshing and light and seriously fizzy. I loved it and must go on a recipe search so I can make these at home.

Mixed berry mojito

My daughter ordered a mixed-berry mojito dubbed the “beach mojito.” It was seriously fruity, fizzy, and delicious. There were at least a dozen varieties of mojitos on the menu. We’re already planning future girls night out dates to sample more.

Loaded chips

My mother ordered Caribbean egg rolls (not pictured) and loaded chips over a bed of black beans. They were messy but delicious. My daughter ordered a traditional Cuban chicken sandwich. It was enormous and definitely enough to serve two people.

Zang-Zang chicken

I ordered the Zang-Zang chicken, which is deep fried bites of chicken coated in a spicy sauce–not the healthiest choice, but boy was it good. The Mojitos and Tapas restaurant is small and cozy, the service was great, the atmosphere was charming, the food was delish, and the mojitos were a real treat. It was a fun and affordable choice for a girls night out. For more information on the Mojitos and Tapas restaurant visit their website.

Mojitas_and-Tapas-Entrance

Till next time!

4 Comments on Mojitos and Tapas in Warrenton, Virginia

  1. Cindy D.
    June 10, 2013 at 4:17 pm (5 years ago)

    For goodness sake, woman! So productive! (Although I did get two different small art projects completed this weekend, hooray!) My sister-in-law makes a mean mojito with a mint plant she keeps. I am going to have to suggest adding coconut!

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    • afternoonartist
      June 13, 2013 at 1:39 am (5 years ago)

      I’d love to get a copy of her recipe, Cindy.

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  2. Greta
    June 10, 2013 at 5:32 pm (5 years ago)

    Great food with even greater family for the greatest evening! Charming, simple and lovely—all of it.

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